Some of the most common accidents and Christmas injuries occur every year as a result of many Americans going to great lengths to get into the Christmas spirit. They carry trees into their homes, climb up onto various objects to hang strings of lights, and spend hours carefully wrapping gifts. But, sometimes, the Christmas spirit backfires.
Most people agree that there are few things more enjoyable during Thanksgiving than the food, and we could agree with that. In past articles, we’ve discussed insurance claims that increase during the fall in addition to common summer injuries, so we’ll be taking a look at how you and your family can stay safe during Thanksgiving this year by (a) understanding common Thanksgiving injuries, both personal and general injuries (b) how to avoid them and (c) some safety tips and tricks to consider prior to your Thanksgiving holiday.
If you are a victim of medical malpractice, determining what direction you should go in could be difficult, but you do not have to figure things out on your own. Improper, unskilled, or negligent treatment of a patient by a physician, nurse, hospital, dentist, pharmacist, or other health care provider is unacceptable and you are entitled to receive the compensation you deserve.
Hospitals are marked as a refuge and an emblem of health. They are where we retreat in times of sickness and upon what we rely for treatment. However, within the walls of a hospital are a myriad of bacteria, fungi, and viruses. And among immunosuppressed, sick, and ultimately vulnerable patients, these can pose significant threats.
Choking Hazards for Children When you become a parent, there is a protective nature that sets in for most parents. They don’t want to see their darling little child suffer…